Helping Unmarried Couples Resolving Property Disputes
Schaumburg • Wheaton • Chicago Family Lawyers
Much like married couples, unmarried couples often co-mingle their finances and property while they are living together (cohabiting). And like married couples, they face the challenge of arriving at a reasonable and fair division of property when the relationship ends.
The family law attorneys at the Illinois law office of Anderson & Associates, P.C. help married and unmarried couples alike with the division of assets and debts. From our offices in Chicago, Schaumburg or Wheaton we are a convenient and helpful legal resource for couples throughout Cook County and DuPage County.
When you need legal help dividing property at the end of a relationship, contact Anderson & Associates or call 847-995-9999 for the Schaumburg office, 312-345-9999 for Chicago or 630-653-9400 for Wheaton.
Did You Have an Agreement?
Some couples prepare for the time when a relationship will end by working with an attorney to prepare a cohabitation agreement before or soon after they move in together. Anderson & Associates attorneys have prepared many such agreements for clients. If you have an agreement in place, this forms the basis for the division of property and ensures you will only be liable for your own debts.
If You Had no Agreement
With help from a knowledgeable attorney, your property division can be handled efficiently and both parties can move on with their lives without fear of further disputes. We will establish a procedure to efficiently divide the assets and liabilities while avoiding negative results such as:
- Loss of equity
- Liability for the debts of the other party
- Bad credit
To discuss your partnership dissolution needs in a free initial consultation, call or e-mail our Chicago area family law firm.
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